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QCC, MWCC ranked in bottom half of nation's community colleges

Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester and Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner both land around the middle of a new national ranking of more than 700 community colleges.

40 Under Forty: Andrew B. Palumbo

After achieving all-time highs in student enrollment and revenue at Plymouth State and The Sage Colleges, Palumbo joined WPI in 2015 and since new underrepresented minority student enrollment reached...

Movers & Shakers

Main Street Bank, Becker College, UniBank and The Training Associates Corp. are among the eight organization who announced recent hires and promotions.

40 Under Forty: Lindiana Semidei

Semidei is a dancer, choreographer and director for Raices, with experience such as co-founding Hispania Dance Co. and working with local programs like Worcester State University Latino Education...

40 Under Forty: Heather Mangione

Brooklyn born-and-raised, Worcester became home to Mangione after she went to Clark University to receive her doctorate in developmental psychology and settled roots in the city, particularly in the...

UMMS panel to call for protection of NIH funding

Emily Micucci |

Congressman James McGovern and others will call on Congress and the White House not to cut National Institutes of Health funding for critical medical research in a panel discussion today.

Nearly 100 Worcester businesses join PawSox push

Zachary Comeau |

The effort by Worcester officials to convince the Red Sox' Triple-A affiliate to move from Rhode Island to Worcester was joined by 98 key Central Massachusetts business leaders.

Former Fallon CEO now chair of Curry College Board

Emily Micucci |

Patrick Hughes, former president and CEO of Worcester insurer Fallon Health, is now chairman of the Curry College Board of Trustees.

Analysis: Mass. providers leading hospital M&A surge

Emily Micucci |

More mergers and acquisitions among hospitals are happening this year than last, according to a new analysis that cites two Massachusetts-based providers as announcing some of the biggest...

MWCC launches vet tech degree

Mount Wachusett Community College is now accepting applications for a new veterinary technician program it says will help train people for high-demand jobs.

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